Seal Project Poster Competition

Churston Ferrers Grammar School Second Place


The Seal Project Single Use Plastic Poster Competition.

The Seal Project is a registered charity based in Brixham.

It works across the southwest to improve the coastline, encourage others to do so and support the local seal population.

The Seal Project organised a poster competition to raise awareness of the detrimental effect single use plastics have on the marine environment.

Tormohun promoted the competition in secondary schools and Preston RC encouraged students in years 7,8 &9 at Churston Ferrers GS to participate.

In total there were 113 entries from seven secondary schools, with thirteen from CFGS.

All the entries from Churston Ferrers Grammar School were of a very good standard but Hannah Day received a special mention as runner-up un the Year 8 age group.  

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